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March 26, 1998 | Bloomberg News
Simon DeBartolo Group Inc., the nation's largest real estate company, said Edward DeBartolo Jr. resigned from its board, effective immediately, to pursue other interests. The resignation comes three months after reports surfaced that the developer and owner of the National Football League San Francisco 49ers team was being investigated by a federal grand jury looking into whether he had committed fraud in connection with a Louisiana casino license he won last March.
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March 26, 1998 | Bloomberg News
Simon DeBartolo Group Inc., the nation's largest real estate company, said Edward DeBartolo Jr. resigned from its board, effective immediately, to pursue other interests. The resignation comes three months after reports surfaced that the developer and owner of the National Football League San Francisco 49ers team was being investigated by a federal grand jury looking into whether he had committed fraud in connection with a Louisiana casino license he won last March.
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BUSINESS
September 25, 1990
Truvel Corp., a Chatsworth company that had been operating under bankruptcy court protection, was acquired by Vidar Systems Corp. of Virginia for $1.3 million. Truvel makes electronic scanning machines for storing and handling documents. Vidar is a unit of Yggdrasil AB, a Swedish conglomerate whose interests also include scanners. Truvel went public in early 1988 and counted among its early investors Edward DeBartolo Jr., a member of one of America's richest families.
SPORTS
December 3, 1997 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Edward DeBartolo Jr., credited with assembling and overseeing one of the most highly regarded franchises in the NFL, resigned as chairman and chief executive officer of the San Francisco 49ers on Tuesday in anticipation of being indicted by a federal grand jury in Baton Rouge, La., on charges of gambling fraud. DeBartolo's sister, Denise DeBartolo York, will assume control of the Edward DeBartolo Corp.
SPORTS
October 10, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Pittsburgh Penguin owner Edward DeBartolo announced Wednesday that he had reached an agreement to sell the NHL Stanley Cup champions to former owners of the Minnesota North Stars. DeBartolo, an Ohio-based real estate magnate who has owned the club since 1977, agreed to sell the Penguins to an investment group headed by California investor Harold Baldwin and Chicago businessman Morris Belzberg, who said they plan to keep the team in Pittsburgh.
SPORTS
December 3, 1997 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Edward DeBartolo Jr., credited with assembling and overseeing one of the most highly regarded franchises in the NFL, resigned as chairman and chief executive officer of the San Francisco 49ers on Tuesday in anticipation of being indicted by a federal grand jury in Baton Rouge, La., on charges of gambling fraud. DeBartolo's sister, Denise DeBartolo York, will assume control of the Edward DeBartolo Corp.
SPORTS
August 5, 1989 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, Times Staff Writer
Considering the task at hand, maybe 5,600 miles isn't far enough from home for George Seifert, who makes his pro head coaching debut tonight (Sunday, Japan time) when the San Francisco 49ers face the Rams in American Bowl '89 at the Tokyo Dome. As it was soon discovered this week, not even crossing the international dateline helps.
SPORTS
March 14, 1985
San Francisco 49er owner Edward DeBartolo Jr., said Wednesday that Mayor Dianne Feinstein has convinced him that proper improvements could be made at Candlestick Park and, therefore, he is not eager to move his football team. Feinstein flew to Phoenix, the site of the National Football League annual meetings, to outline improvements to the stadium, saying as much as $20-$30 million would be pumped into refurbishing the stadium.
BUSINESS
July 28, 1998 | From Bloomberg
Simon DeBartolo Group, the U.S.' largest shopping mall developer, is changing its name back to Simon Property Group, four months after the resignation of Edward DeBartolo Jr. from the company's board. The Indianapolis-based company said the change has been approved by its board and that it expects it to become effective on the completion of its $5.8-billion purchase of Corporate Property Investors Inc.
SPORTS
February 14, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
A female acquaintance has accused San Francisco 49er owner Edward DeBartolo Jr. of assaulting her in his suburban San Francisco home, police said. Menlo Park police are investigating the allegation, but no charges have been filed, according to Det. Dominick Peloso. The woman, whose name was withheld, told police DeBartolo assaulted her about 12:30 a.m. Tuesday at his Menlo Park residence, about 25 miles south of San Francisco.
SPORTS
October 10, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Pittsburgh Penguin owner Edward DeBartolo announced Wednesday that he had reached an agreement to sell the NHL Stanley Cup champions to former owners of the Minnesota North Stars. DeBartolo, an Ohio-based real estate magnate who has owned the club since 1977, agreed to sell the Penguins to an investment group headed by California investor Harold Baldwin and Chicago businessman Morris Belzberg, who said they plan to keep the team in Pittsburgh.
BUSINESS
September 25, 1990
Truvel Corp., a Chatsworth company that had been operating under bankruptcy court protection, was acquired by Vidar Systems Corp. of Virginia for $1.3 million. Truvel makes electronic scanning machines for storing and handling documents. Vidar is a unit of Yggdrasil AB, a Swedish conglomerate whose interests also include scanners. Truvel went public in early 1988 and counted among its early investors Edward DeBartolo Jr., a member of one of America's richest families.
SPORTS
August 5, 1989 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, Times Staff Writer
Considering the task at hand, maybe 5,600 miles isn't far enough from home for George Seifert, who makes his pro head coaching debut tonight (Sunday, Japan time) when the San Francisco 49ers face the Rams in American Bowl '89 at the Tokyo Dome. As it was soon discovered this week, not even crossing the international dateline helps.
SPORTS
March 14, 1985
San Francisco 49er owner Edward DeBartolo Jr., said Wednesday that Mayor Dianne Feinstein has convinced him that proper improvements could be made at Candlestick Park and, therefore, he is not eager to move his football team. Feinstein flew to Phoenix, the site of the National Football League annual meetings, to outline improvements to the stadium, saying as much as $20-$30 million would be pumped into refurbishing the stadium.
BUSINESS
February 7, 2001 | Bloomberg News
The son and daughter of the late Edward J. DeBartolo completed the split of the real estate and entertainment holdings left to them by the developer. Edward DeBartolo Jr. said he assumed control of Youngstown, Ohio-based Edward J. DeBartolo Corp.'s real estate development operations, including its stake in Simon Property Group Inc., the nation's largest mall owner. The 11.3% stake is worth about $583 million.
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